Anthem share October earnings with mental health charity Bath Mind

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  • October 22, 2019

Magazine publisher, Anthem Publishing, will be donating 10p from every magazine sold throughout October to mental health charity, Bath Mind. With one in four people experiencing a mental health problem each year, the company has pledged their support throughout Mental Health Awareness Month.

Anthem’s charity team and Bath Mind’s Head of Fundraising and Training show a selection of the Anthem magazines that will have 10p donated for every issue sold.
Clockwise from L to R: Holly Taylor, Hannah Roper, Jenny Cook, Cara Northcott and Rachel Smith.

Bath Mind is an independently run charity, who provide information, activities, advice, and support surrounding mental health. They work to not only help those with mental ill health, but also take preventative measures, aiming to maintain and improve wellbeing for as many people as possible. They will be running a number of events throughout October, offering support and training, and promoting awareness around the local area of Bath.

This collaboration marks another move toward Anthem’s focus on health and wellbeing, who chose Bath Mind as their company charity in April this year. As a company, they feel strongly that mental health is of the utmost importance, and are taking serious and important steps to raise awareness and funds for the charity.

A selection of Anthem magazines that will have 10p donated for every issue sold.

CEO of Anthem, Jon Bickley, said:

“We at Anthem take incredibly seriously the work done by Bath Mind, and will support them in any way that we can. We will be working incredibly hard throughout October to promote Mental Health Awareness Month, and raise awareness amongst our audiences of what help is available, and how they themselves can support Bath Mind. We are delighted to be able to donate 10p from every magazine sold throughout October, and hope that our support can make a difference.”